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Head & Hands  
http://www.headandhands.ca/

À deux mains inc. se veut un agent de changement dans la société et est voué de travailler auprès des jeunes pour les aider à devenir autonomes et de promouvoir leur bien-être tant physique que médical. Par l'éducation, l'intervention, l'orientation et le placement, et en collaboration avec d'autres organismes, les jeunes de diverses origins ont accès à nos services médicaux, sociaux et juridiques et peuvent prendre part à des projets récréatifs. // Head & Hands Inc. is committed

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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network  
http://www.aidslaw.ca/

Addresses legal, ethical, and policy issues associated with HIV and AIDS and promotes responses to HIV infection and AIDS that respect human rights. Provides legal information to people living with HIV or AIDS, others affected by the disease, and professionals working in the field.

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Women Aware  
http://womenaware.ca/

Forms a support and advocacy organization, founded and run by women who survived domestic violence. Offers support groups, one on one interaction, as well as presentations and campaigns.

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Chair in Canadian Ethnic Studies, McGill University
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Consortium for Ethnicity and Strategic Social Planning
Centre d’information et de ressources sur la circoncision  
http://www.infocirc.org/
Provides information about non-religious infant circumcision and related topics, such as care of the infant's and child's foreskin, normal tightness and non-retractility of a child's foreskin, what infant circumcision involves, and consequences of neonatal circumcision on breastfeeding, maternal-infant interaction, and bonding. An affiliate of the Canadian Health Network. Fournit des renseignements sur la circoncision néo-natale non religieuse et sur d'autres sujets qui s'y rapportent, comme la restauration du prépuce. Partenarie affilié du Réseau canadien de la santé. (See Details)
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Centre Actu-Elle
DES Action Canada  
http://www.web.net/~desact
Identifies, educates, supports, and advocates for people exposed to the drug DES (diethylstilbestrol), which was prescribed to some pregnant women between 1941 and 1971. Works to prevent similar public health problems, particularly in the field of reproductive health care. Web site includes information and advice for mothers who took DES, their daughters, and their sons. (See Details)